Indirect exposure to smoke harms the liver.
Third-hand smoke exposure can cripple your brain and liver, affecting your mannerisms, increasing your risk of neurodegenerative diseases, and ruining your metabolism.
That is according to a study by researchers at the University of California, Riverside who saw significant health issues in people within a month of exposure to smoke.
The research team analyzed how people were affected by inhaling smoke from another person’s clothing, hair, home, or car.
In previous studies on mice, the same scientists showed third-hand smoke can cause type 2 diabetes, hyperactivity, liver and lung damage, and wound-healing complications.
Now, they have shown they can even see an impact on brain and liver tissues.
The findings have been hailed as a clear sign that even those who try to avoid cigarette smoke may be at risk of harm – particularly those who live with smokers.
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